Your ruling planet Mercury joins the Sun in Pisces and your career and vocation sector from the 10th to the 27th. This could turn out to be a significant month for your work and where you’re heading in life. Bear in mind, however, that there may be times when you feel confused or you lose your way.
Your planet Mercury isn’t strong in Pisces. Sometimes, there are too many options or possibilities and it’s hard to know which way to turn. You may feel overwhelmed with too much work or too little work.
The key with Pisces is to trust in life and go with the flow. Rather than try to work everything out in your head, listen to your heart and what your intuition tells you. Do what feels right this month rather than what you think is right.
This month’s New Moon on the 2nd also falls in the sentimental star sign Pisces. This would be an excellent date to aim high and follow your dreams. New Moons are synonymous with new beginnings so make your vocation and your future happiness your goal.
Plus, this is a special New Moon as it pulls in Jupiter and Neptune, co-rulers of Pisces. Next month, there’ll be an epic Jupiter-Neptune conjunction on April 12th. This month, you may get a sense that you’re working towards something special.
The Sun is conjunct Jupiter on the 5th, potentially one of the luckiest dates of the year. Then, on the 13th, the Sun aligns with Neptune. Take note of the 21st & 23rd too, when your ruler Mercury teams up with Jupiter, then Neptune.
This means it’s an excellent time to seek inspiration and follow your yearnings, your longings. Broaden your horizons and get in touch with your vision and purpose for what you want and why. A meaningful life is a life well lived. This is what your astrology is urging you to discover.
Look at whether you need to change direction, to head off down a new path. This would be an ideal time of year to reorient your compass and consider where fulfilment lies.
The Full Moon on the 18th cuts across the Virgo/Pisces axis of the zodiac. This highlights your foundations, your home life versus your working life. It may be an emotional time for you. Or, perhaps you’re struggling to juggle the different aspects of your life.
A lot depends on whether you enjoy what you do in life. If you’re living your dream and following your vocation, then March could be an inspirational month. If you know you’re on the wrong path and bored with your routine, it may seem as if you’re swimming against the tide rather than flowing with life.
Equinox – A Fresh Start
If you’re struggling to make sense of things this month, then don’t go it alone. The Sun enters Aries on the 20th followed by your ruler Mercury on the 27th. Aries is your friendship and group sector.
This puts the emphasis on teamwork, collaborative ventures and group connections. Coming together with other people in the name of a good cause or to have fun and hang out brings a welcome shift of energy.
The end of the month may be exceptionally social for you. It’s via other people that new opportunities and openings come your way. Use your networks, your connections to improve your life and benefit the lives of others.
Life’s Ups & Downs
Take care, however, that you don’t get carried away financially and over-spend in the first week of the month. Keep your outgoings and expectations realistic.
You might have some new financial goals as the triple conjunction of Venus, Mars & Pluto falls in Capricorn and your joint finance sector on the 3rd. This is an ambitious setup. Yet, you may have to fight for what’s rightfully yours. Or, perhaps you recognise that money requires a tough approach.
There could be a theme of debt. Alternatively, you may be ready to cut your losses and run. What’s happening early March completes a cycle that began in January 2020. Do whatever’s necessary to break free. On the 6th, Venus & Mars enter your fellow star sign Aquarius, a symbol of freedom.
When you find the right person in your life, the right partnership, you’re able to travel, study or pursue your long-term goals. The period from the 19th to the 22nd could coincide with a sudden change of plan. Try not to over-react and dig deep to stay on track with your future goals.
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